Childbirth or parturition is the culmination of pregnancy wherein the baby develops and grows in the womb of its mother. It is also colloquially referred to as labour or delivery. It is the process of delivering, giving birth to the baby after a gestation period, which is 9 months in case of humans. Find below some important questions on the Parturition topic provided along with answers.
1. Scientifically, the delivery of the developed fetus is termed as
2. Which of these events is unlikely to happen if the mammalian ovum does not get fertilized?
(a) primary follicle starts to develop
(b) secretion of the estrogen increases
(c) rapid decrease in the secretion of progesterone
(d) disintegration of corpus luteum
3. Colostrum is
(a) milk of lactation period
(b) milk of initial few days
(c) milk of initial few hours
(d) milk on day one
4. In humans, the location of the Bartholin’s glands are
(a) either side of the fallopian tube
(b) either side of the penis
(c) either side of the vas deferens
(d) either side of the vagina
5. What does colostrum contain?
(a) four antibodies
(b) two antibodies
(c) many antibodies
(d) one antibody only
6. The Graafian follicle regresses to this after ovulation
(a) corpus albicans
(b) corpus atresia
(c) corpus callosum
(d) corpus luteum
7. The sex of the unborn takes shape during
(a) start of the cleavage
(c) fertilization by the male gamete
(d) fertilization by female gamete
8. When does lactation start?
(a) During pregnancy
(b) at the end of first trimester
(c) before parturition
(d) at the end of pregnancy
9. After how many days of fertilization does implantation occur?
(a) 8 days
(b) 7 days
(c) 6 days
(d) 5 days
10. This structure ruptures when “water breaks” in pregnancy
(b) amniotic fluid
(c) chorionic sac
(d) amniochorionic membrane
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